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Colonialism in your nation?

Postby The Aquaria » Fri Nov 25, 2022 6:53 am

Is, or was your nation a colonial power? Or, is your nation one of the victims of colonialism?

The Aquaria had its root of becoming a colonial power in the late 18th century when it found that the resources in the Isle is far less than its need. The Empire reached its peak of colonisation in 1943, with a size of 17,167,741 sq. km, comparable to Russia nowadays.

However, the colonial empire quickly faces its dissolution after reaching its peak. The January Revolution happened, which divided the mainland Aquaria into the North and the South, and the Empire in the South failed on maintaining control of its territories. The Trust Territory of Hejaz and Nejd, and the Indian and Far-east Colonial Zone quickly declared their independence after their success in revolution and resisting the Axis Powers, while certain remaining colonies, including Arkadus (Irl: Socrata Island, Yemen), Ksicou (Irl: Hainan), Solomon Islands and Nakano Islands (Irl: Okinawa/Ryukyu Islands), found their power too weak to resist, and decided to form the Sanya Alliance with the North Aquaria, due to their similarity of being a fellow newly-born socialist regime. The 4 former colonies became a protectorate of the North Aquaria (Despite it having a civil war). This is sometimes considered the prototype of the modern Aquaria's federal system.

Following the Democratic Reform in 1982, the Socialist Aquaria decided to let all the member countries of the Sanya Alliance decide the future path, allowing them to hold referendums to whether stay as a federal subject for the new Socialist Federal Republic of the Aquaria, or declare independence. The final result showed that Solomon Islands decided to declare independence from the Aquaria, while the other 3 decided to stay. On 1 January 1986, the new Federation with 11 federal subjects was officially formed, while Salomon Islands started its path on its own.

Nowadays, the Aquaria still owns oversea territories like certain western European countries like Britain and France, including Arkadus, Ksicou and Nakano Islands. Though, the autonomy for the 3 oversea territories is notably much larger, which has its right to make its own currency and self-governance and even own a seat in the United Nations. Whether it is still colonialism or not is probably still worthy to be a question, but the Aquaria have its historical responsibility to take care of all of them until the day their people decide their path to be independent.

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Postby Charode » Fri Nov 25, 2022 6:54 am

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Postby Astarter » Fri Nov 25, 2022 7:01 am

Why yes, we were once a "victim" of colonisation. But, due to many of our people's being smarter than most victims of colonisation, we were treated fairly well, and it may also be a factor that we had a tanned skin colour.

Our people liked how Britain colonised us, as they have given us lots of new tools, such as Gunpowder, Muskets, more advanced boats etc, and it helped us develop. Althought there was much conflict between Britain and Spain, which caused the Second Spanish War, between Britain and is and Spain. Eventually, after a few years, Britain one and got Marthrow Island in the peace deal, along with lots of reparations.

Up until the 16th century, we were very happy, until eventually our people wanted independence. They started to rise up and protest, and after what is known as "The Long Stare War", which is called that because nobody died, we were given indepedence and had our own monarchy.
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Postby Kingdom of Faizan » Fri Nov 25, 2022 7:06 am

Destroy, Assimilate, Enslave. this is the colonial motto for the country throughout the 14th-17th centuries, attitudes to this brutality were starting to change around early 18th century, and by 1843, slavery was abolished, in theory atleast. colonies were exploited as hard as we could, the new colonial motto would be Conquer, Civilize, Exploit, there was clear racism against every other race. Speaking of racism, in 1897, the great maximian genocide, killing around 12,300,000 people. by late 20th century (1970s) revolts were rampant, the government to not handle all of them, so instead, they made colonized regions autonomous and stopped exploitation altogether, racism still persisted throughout the mainland though it was on the decline. By the 1990s racism was non existent, and by 2015 racism was outlawed in public.
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Postby Tinhampton » Fri Nov 25, 2022 7:07 am

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Postby Atrito » Fri Nov 25, 2022 7:24 am

Atrito was both colonized and a colonizer. From a certain point of view.

After the Saterian-Nordic War, the Kingdom of Denmark and the Kingdom of Vinland both established colonial settlements on the western side of Greater Atrito. These colonial settlements (now the cities of Vyinaris and Danelaw) existed for a brief 23 years before they were invaded and annexed by the Kingdom of Draciria. So a (very small) part of what is now Atrito was colonized. Though Atrito was never properly colonized like America or Africa, just a few settlements on the coast in the 1200s.

On the flip side of that, the Kingdom of Draciria (a predecessor to the Kingdom of Atrito) was a colonial power, albeit a small one. The White Islands Archipelago, the Cetaskian Islands, the Corsacarian Islands, the Southern Atritaic Islands, and even parts of the Aleutian Island Chain were colonized by the Kingdom of Draciria, which then became the Dracirian Empire under King James III "Imperator". These colonies were part of Draciria between the 1400s and the 1800s. They then rebelled.

Beginning with the Cetaskian Revolt, the First Colonial Rebellion saw the colonies and the more liberal parts of Atrito (the Dracirian Empire's heartland) rebel against the Imperial Throne. When the dust settled in 1844, the Imperial Family had abdicated and a Republican Government was established. However, this government betrayed the colonies and crushed their respective rebellions, converting them into "Overseas Departments".

There was another Colonial Rebellion fifty years later. The Republicans were defeated and the Kingdom of Atrito was established, with King William I giving independence to the colonies that wanted it.
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Postby The Fantasy tech Caliphate » Fri Nov 25, 2022 9:54 am

Is your nation a colonial power?: yes.

Or, is your nation one of the victims of colonialism?: historically, also yes.
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Postby Aristoria » Fri Nov 25, 2022 10:35 am

Aristoria was, in ancient times, effectively a trading colony of ancient [redacted]. When civilization collapsed with the rise of Christianity, the area now known as Aristoria was conquered by invaders from the north, who established an independent country under the Correse Dynasty.

In more recent times, Aristoria itself established small trade colonies from the 1600s through the 1800s. None were very large or expansive and were, at best, large ports and small cities. These were abandoned or given independence from 1900 to 1940.
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Postby BEEstreetz » Fri Nov 25, 2022 10:40 am

Bee-ing a Bee colony, this is our natural structure of societal organization.
Given the fact that the male worker Bees have a life expectancy of ~3 months, I'd have to guess that the Queen definitely instigated a few oppressive operations against other colonies. One could say,
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Postby Fortisbellator » Fri Nov 25, 2022 10:46 am

Fortisbellator used to be a colonial empire that would give its colonies the right to self government, but after some foreign encouragement (lol thanks Evinea) we decided colonialism was outdated. So we annexed our nearer colonies and gave the farther one its independence. The Fortisian government, in its republican period, had also already sold one to some allies of ours.

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Postby Golyna » Fri Nov 25, 2022 2:07 pm

Golyna was an American colony (American Tengerina) and later a British (Calhounia) one. The American colonists (known as Callahanians for the founder of American Tengerina) revolted against British rule, joining forces with the native Golynans to take down the British. This union of cultures has had many issues in the past, including a civil war in 1949

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Postby Andronya » Fri Nov 25, 2022 2:09 pm

We where a British colony, from foundation until independence, so no, we're deffinetly not a colonial power.
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Postby Lianhua Yu » Fri Nov 25, 2022 2:28 pm

We were colonized by the Briddlish Empire (irl: the UK except Northern Ireland) which decimated our progressive laws and society. We had to assimilate to western standards and society as a result under Briddlish influence and the Min Dynasty was a Briddlish puppet state. The Briddlish Empire liberated us in 1914 during WWIV until the Kijomo Empire (irl: Japan) swiftly took over the following day.

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Postby Aicrowian Canada » Fri Nov 25, 2022 2:31 pm

Our nation was colonized by the UK and France between 1801 and 1861
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Postby Medzhumoramia » Fri Nov 25, 2022 5:35 pm

In the golden age of colonialism, we colonized the island of Papua, Southeastern Borneo, and Gabon. The colonization of the Island led to its ownership of a functional modern infrastructure, and an end to cannibalism and ritual child abuse. However, to be fair, country's economy became centered on the production of raw materials and remains behind its neighbors in industrialization and GDP.
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Postby Smexy pope » Fri Nov 25, 2022 5:38 pm

no, but we did have some colonies

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Postby Diarcesia » Fri Nov 25, 2022 5:42 pm

Colonialism as it is understood in Gaea from the 15th to the 20th centuries is unknown to Diarcesia. Although it has overseas diereses like the Dyrrhonian Isles that are founded by settler colonists, they are always considered as integral parts of the Monarchy Diarcesian of equal standing to the mainland diereses.
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Postby Washington-Columbia » Fri Nov 25, 2022 5:48 pm

Colonialism in Cascadia was common while the Chinooks were in power as an empire until it fell in the 17th century. Cascadia itself was a colony from the 17th century to the mid 19th century until it was given independence.
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Postby Norse Inuit Union » Fri Nov 25, 2022 5:49 pm

I wouldn't say we were a colonial power as when we expanded our territory it was usually peaceful and they were given the same privileges as everyone else.

I would say we were victims to it as we have been invaded by colonial powers four times in our history but we were able to fend them off somewhat thanks the -Azteca Mexico helping us out a lot and also our enemies underestimating us.

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Postby Grand Emilia » Fri Nov 25, 2022 5:54 pm

While the islands of Grand Emilia were colonised par se, it is not a colonial nation. Prior to the arrival of the first settlers, the islands had no permanent settlements. As well as this, Grand Emilia was never owned by any colonial power, instead being founded by a lone English whaler and anyone willing to travel with him.
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Postby East Plate » Fri Nov 25, 2022 10:37 pm

East Plate has a long history of being a colony, under three different empires. The first Europeans to ever settle Eastplatine territories were the Portuguese, which were rapidly displaced by the Spanish who saw the Portuguese arrival to the territories as a threat to their colonies in the River Plate. Both empires routinely fought for the land, with East Plate exchanging hands between Portugal and Spain for several years. Finally, the Spanish prevailed and retained the territories, incorporating them into the newly created Viceroyalty of the Rio de la Plata. As a result of the Napoleonic Wars, Spain was severely weakened, and its South American colonies, including East Plate, broke away from it, although East Plate did not become independent, and instead, was quickly conquered by the Portuguese and annexed to their Brazilian colony in 1821. In 1822, it became part of the independent Empire of Brazil as the Cisplatine Province.

However, the United Provinces of the Rio de la Plata (Argentina) were not content with the situation and provided the Cisplatine Province with aid to declare its independence, which it did in 1825. The newly independent "nation" immediately declared its own annexation to the United Provinces, starting the Cisplatine War between the United Provinces and Brazil. The war became a stalemate between the two South American powers, with the United Provinces having the advantage on land, while the Brazilians dominated the naval war. Seeing its own commercial interest threatened by the continuous war, the British Empire intervened to restore peace, suggesting the creation of a buffer state between Brazil and the United Provinces. The plan was rejected by both powers at war, but the United Provinces eventually caved and accepted the British mediation. Brazil continued to refuse, which forced the British to land troops in East Plate, while also sending a sizeable fleet. Threatened by war with a superior power, the Brazilian emperor finally accepted, and a new republic (nominally independent, but de facto a puppet of the British) was established, and a few years later, in 1839, it was formally annexed to the empire as the Crown Colony of East Plate. East Plate is nowadays a loyal British colony, functioning mainly as a stepping stone for British dominance over the other South American nations, with the so-called "informal empire" that Britain has over the continent.

Despite being a colony itself, East Plate has its own colonial ambitions. Since its inception, the colony administers the Falkland Islands, and has repeatedly tried to convince the British to cede other small islands around the South Atlantic to the colony.
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Postby Tangatarehua » Fri Nov 25, 2022 10:50 pm

Tangatarehua has been consistently anti-colonialist for as long as the concept has existed.

In the late 18th century it became very clear that European colonial powers, who were already spreading slowly across the Pacific, were eyeing up Tangatarehua with Britain and France being the two biggest and most obvious threats. As a result, Tangatarehua began a programme of rapid social, industrial and especially military modernisation with a view to be able to defend its territory against a potential British or French invasion.

Things came to a head in 1803 when the British, who were then stationed in the tropical Ikame nga Marama islands north of Tangatarehua, sent gunboats into a number of Rehuan harbours and attempted to take the country by force. They were, to their surprise, met with a fierce and well-organised resistance and were seemingly caught unaware that Tangatarehua has been secretly studying western technology and building their own gunboats, cannons and firearms.

1804 saw the decisive Battle of Kaiika (which today remains in legend as Tangatarehua's finest military victory), in which Rehuan forces sailed north to the Ikame nga Marama islands, sunk the British fleet and subjected any remaining British civilians or soldiers on the island to cannibalism or exile, resulting not only in Tangatarehua expanding its territory but also in it gaining recognition by the European powers as being a nation of equal standing to them. (Indeed as the legends grew and spread, Tangatarehua grew to be feared by the Europeans as the "Scourge of the South Seas" for their military strength and brutality.)

Tangatarehua has also arguably been guilty of colonialism itself as in the 1950s it attempted to create a "Pan-Polynesian Empire" and invaded several nearby states - although officially this was done under the guise of 'anti-colonialism' and the Empire claimed it was 'protecting' smaller Polynesian nations from European invasion or attempting to 'liberate' them. (The war that followed saw Tangatarehua eventually relinquish any claims on its neighbours.)
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Postby Independent South Africa » Sat Nov 26, 2022 2:47 am

Up until 1910 , South Africa was made up of 4 British Colonies :
The Cape Colony
the Orange River Colony
The Transvaal Colony
The Natal Colony

In 1910 these colonies were merged into the Union of South Africa

Several attempts at forming a South African colonial empire independent of Britain while remaining part of the British Empire started with the invasion of the Raj of Sarawak , however it only amounted to Protectorate Status (Ironically South Africa still is a De Jure Protectorate of the United Kingdom but since 1921 most countries including the UK recognized South Africa as a De Facto Country that is Politically Independent from Britain despite the British Resident Commissioner for South Africa still existing as a government office even though there has not been one since 1953 )

During the First World War South Africa conquered most of German South West Africa thereby forcibly incorporating Southwest Africa into South Africa as well purchasing Guam from the United States

During the 1920s and 1930s , South Africa became an expansionist regime vying the territories of Taiwan , the Ryukyus , and the rest of the South Pacific Mandate to so in the Midst of the Sino Japanese War , South Africa launched a surprise invasion of said territories in order to Solidify South African Hegemony .

By the End of the Second World War , South Africa became one of the three superpowers of the World alongside the United States and the Soviet Union as well as the only African Nation to become both a superpower and a colonial empire at the same time . It manage to keep every territory that it took from the Japanese

The Last Colony to join South Africa was West Swayh Prijan in 1956

During the 1960s and 1970s , most of these colonies eventually became provinces within the Union of South Africa with the exceptions of Taiwan , Sarawak , and West Swayh Prijan . These are a list of the 7 new provinces that joined the Union by date of admission :

South West Africa (1963)
Ryukyus (1967)
Palau (1968)
Marshall Islands (1972)
Guam ( 1974)
Micronesia (1976)
Northern Mariana Islands (1978)

In 1983 the Pretoria Taihoku treaty declared that Taiwan would be a Devolved parliamentary dependency within the Union of South Africa symbolically ending the First South African Empire

During the Tzatzikistani Civil War , Elements within both the SADF and the SADF Defector Led Tzatzikistani Hezbollah as well as Right Wing elements inside South African Backed Free Tzatzikistani Army attempted to annex parts of Tzatzikistan while a ceasefire agreement between the Royalist Rebels and the South African Government were taking place . Unfortunately for the first time South Africa was invaded by Turkey and for a few days during the negotiations , Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was the De Facto Prime Minister of South Africa and during those days , Afrikaans , English , Zulu , Portuguese , and Japanese were banned from public life and Portraits of Erdoğan replaced those of the then Queen of South Africa , Elizabeth II and Prime Minister Ian Smith . Die Stem van Suid Afrika was also then banned and was replaced with İstiklal Marşı

The Turkish Occupation only affected the Mainland and South West Africa as the Island Provinces , West Swayh Prijan , the Raj of Sarawak , and Taiwan still carried on as if the Turks never invaded

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Postby -Riograndense Republic- » Sat Nov 26, 2022 3:48 am

Largeriverland has its roots in the Iberian colonization of South America. In the 17th century, Jesuit priests arrived in the modern-day territory of the Riograndense Republic to convert the Guarani (an Amerindian ethnicity) to Roman Catholicism. Despite attacks from the Bandeirantes (Brazilian-Portuguese fortune hunters and slavers), the Guaranis and the Jesuits resisted fiercely and survived independently until the 1756 Guarani War, in which Spanish and Portuguese soldiers attacked the Jesuit Reductions, leading to the division of the territory between Spain and Portugal. As such, it can be considered that Largeriverland was a colony of both Portugal and Spain, although the former was more influential. Between the end of the Guarani War and the Brazilian Independence War (1822-1824), a series of conflicts shaped the borders of Largeriverland. Since the end of the Cisplatine War in 1828, the Riograndense border remained unchanged; at the time, the republic still was a province of the Empire of Brazil, subject to the whims of the central government based in Rio de Janeiro. Riograndense ultranationalists considered the period of Brazilian dominance over Largeriverland to be an extension of the colonial era.

The Riograndense Republic never held any colonies or territories outside South America, although some states, such as the Juliana Republic (modern-day Saint Catherine) and the Republic of Parana were considered Riograndense satellites at some point in history. To make it clear, the Riograndense Republic never held any colonial interest, nor was it powerful or large enough to own colonies.
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Postby The Empire Of The Sutherlands » Sat Nov 26, 2022 4:03 am

Yes we're a colonial power, and as such we have subjugated civilized our colonies for their own good.
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